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Bloomberg
May 4, 2014 7:00pm EDT
crimea. moscow says it is deeply concerned at the unrest and is considering its next move. the south korean president has visited relatives of the that dems of the sioux will ferry disaster, telling them -- ewell very the siou disaster. 60 people are still mixing. most victims were students. at least 19 people were killed when a passenger train derailed south him by. he came off the line. 120 people were injured. police expect the number of victims to rise. it is not known what caused this accident. india has one of the largest rail accidents in the world. -- rail systems in the world. runners had taken place at asians tallest buildings. taipei 101 stance 500 meters high. 60 stepsetitors face 24 to reach the finish line. mountain resort to the women's event. congratulations to everyone. a swiss yacht has won an extreme sailing series in tsingtao. lingering ahead o. when red bull tried to duck behind, it ducked away. the catamaran was far enough anyway. take the series you can get more on the sports and all of today's top news on our website. 24/7.it out easy use twitter, it is easier
CNN
May 4, 2014 2:00pm PDT
you think would actually hit moscow the hardest? >> i think if there were some agreement with the europeans to go after the gas, oil and gas receipts and ban those purchases of russian gas or oil, yes, that would begin to hurt. but i'm not sure any sanctions even those would hurt in the short run. and what we really want to see is something that will dissuade putin from this behavior in the next few weeks and so far i don't think there's much of a rabbit we could stuff down a hat there. i think it's going to be very tough to pull something out. >> ambassador hill, appreciate your time. thank you very much. >>> now, to a developing story much closer to home. the ringling brothers barnum brothers circus is reeling. acrobats plunged to the ground. it was all caught on tape. we want to warn you here, the video you are about to see is graphic. >> suspended by their strength -- >> and this happened just hours ago in providence, rhode island. let's get straight to cnn's nick valenc valencia. what do you know about this? >> that video is very difficult to watch. you wince when you see tha
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 3:56pm EDT
liberty,prosperity, and peace in the world. the world is watching period from moscow to beijing, the actions of the transatlantic partners are being scrutinized very closely. is a time of uncertainty, there are some things we can be sure of. we can be certain that went united states and the eu at gather, we make a tremendous difference in world affairs. we can be certain that expanding our commercial relationship is key to our ability to exert global and lawrence. we can be certain that chancellor merkel will continue to provide real leadership and commitment to a stronger and deeper transatlantic partnership. i had the honor of seeing the chancellor on the opening day of the world's largest industrial fair in hannover last month where she spoke out strongly about this relationship. it is my great pleasure to welcome her back to the u.s. chamber of commerce. we're looking forward to hearing her message. ladies and gentlemen, the chancellor of germany, angela merkel. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, i am delighted to be back in .ashington today i am equally delighted to be year at
FOX News
May 4, 2014 10:00am PDT
on. take this to the macro view of the united states backing ukraine, moscow backing the russian separatists, considering these numbers here the ukrainians have between 6,000 and 10,000 battle-ready troops. that's according to to military analysts who say those will be meeting the russians here if they decide to invade. the russians have threatened to invade. and, shannon, they have 40,000 plus troops well armed, equipped, just waiting on the border to invade. those are not good odds for the ukrainians if the russians get the order. >> certainly an imbalance in power and resources there. leland, thank you very much. >>> well, nato supreme ally commander phillip breedlove briefed members of the house and armed services committees this week about what is going on in ukraine and future russian troop movement. one of the senators in that briefing joins us life. senator joe manchin, good to see you. >> good to be with you today. >> based on what you know, what are your concerns? >> outside of our country that's the hottest thing we have right now is ukraine. and democrats and republic
FOX News
May 4, 2014 9:00am PDT
better lot with moscow there. how much the russian government is supporting them in terms of sending weapons verse advisers, that's up for debate. it's hard to get hard facts but they certainly look to mother russia for their protection. a number of russian flags flying at the choibts and obviously over the buildings that they have taken speaks to that for sure where their loyalties lie. >> thank you very much, leland vittert. >> more here on the developing crisis in ukraine is former u.n. ambassador to the united nations john bolton. senior fellow at the american enterprise institute and fox news contributor. you've seen that the prime minister said that russia is waging, quote, a real war. are we treating it that way? >> i don't think we're treating it nearly seriously enough. you can see from these incidents the use by the ukrainian government of their security forces to take back some of the positions that the separatists have held in eastern ukraine. the breaking out of very, very serious strife in odessa be an important port city, well away from the eastern part of ukraine, i m
ABC
May 4, 2014 8:00am PDT
alive. the fighting now so serious, overnight, america's former ambassador to moscow admitting, this is real, this is war. the 600 american troops being sent to neighboring countries in case of a wider conflict. meanwhile, as we have seen firsthand, pro-russian checkpoints are popping up everywhere. the commander here making the threat obvious. he's said he can't guarantee our safety if we cross this check point. so we're taking a risk if we go through. the question now, what will it take for all of this violence to come to an end. the acting prime minister says we're in the most dangerous days of the conflict. putin is demanding that ukrainian troops retreat. separatists say they'll go ahead with the referendum in one week. if they vote for independence, no telling what happens next. >> thank you, muhammad lila for that. >>> let's bring in martha raddatz. and jon karl at the white house. martha, let me begin with you. the comment by michael mcfall, the former ambassador this is real. really striking. u.s. officials don't know how far putin wants to go. does putin want to stir up tro
PBS
May 4, 2014 7:30am PDT
moscow's hand. they pointed the bearded man in a group photo including the was taken and watch them on russian soldiers and the photographer that very shocking not been sent in fact had taken the photo in eastern ukraine not wash out. washington said hoops small area but the other one the real deal anyway john kerry accuses rt of making false claims went back to checking his eyes at his apartment strong suit the secretary for diplomacy and affairs which are single sort of followed up by a secretary kerry's attack on our team last week where he told us that propaganda pool for an assist and was accusing rt of making false claims that he gives examples she writes. consider the way our team in it related in the telephone call involving former ukrainian prime is the duly tymoshenko so selective editing the network made it appear that too much into advocated violence against washer what the constant reference to a new claim the postal russian takeover of the of the country as a what the unquestioning repetition of the ludicrous assertion last week that the united states has invested five bi
PBS
May 4, 2014 7:00am PDT
didn't attend this weekend's following intervention by moscow. mean while the identity of all people and train against further east is now being carefully checked by intelligence the growing number of pro russian forces have been appearing in the town and street barricades have been reinforced in case of an attack from the ukrainian army. an investigation is now underway by kiev after fears that flare up of violence that more than forty people dead in the southern port city of death at the nation's development ukraine's prime minister. city of sanaa has blamed the country's security services for failing to stop the violence there resentment is growing as it's march. most of the victims were pro russian separatist they died in honor of the barricaded themselves into the ocean. so let's hear from our correspondents on the grand duchess herbert who sent this update just for you what we can say is that yes calling this the active phase of its military operation now repaired be copied rhetoric from the authorities in kiev before concretely what i can tell you is. it's been concentrating i
PBS
May 4, 2014 5:00am PDT
peninsula and to protect the country of moscow attention as buyers with a t a membership and promises is up to the gym and i say at the train and the more moderate approach the most appropriate to grant our thoughts and their customers to the league's he is associated with the sun appears to witness stand ins characters gain from this date in a powerful source it is great news is that he's in this tent provided him that this picture with the waterfall. as a candidate for presidency such as hon melissa left and then booked well in the school that doesn't wanna fall behind the leaders express summarized these hear the candidates to the top boss of the country are not ready to talk about any specifics. giving in to the fair city. cranium cooked sauce or traits that the self proclaimed cranium percent because of this build and extend this and russian law breakers. it was taken by director of the claim from the foundation. kinda on the other premises in leeds the office of them as kings of the cranium to tell people is looking to two weeks ago premium self defense elimination of that off u
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 7:00am EDT
happened in odessa on friday, the ambassador to moscow until february tells time magazine that this is real, this is war. true tore halls? >> unfortunately it's true. we have to say, it's incredibly disconcerting. indications are that it's hart indications on both sides. if you look for something that can serve as a tipping point, this is the incident that can serve as that. >> president obama says that u.s. military intervention is not an option if ukraine. if violence escalates, do you expect it to change, and should it? >> no, i cannot imagine a situation regardless of how bad things get in the ukraine in which the u.s. military will become involved. everyone knows we won't do that. the russians know that. i think what is happening in ukraine is unfortunate. i think it's terrible. i don't think it would be worth the risk of open war fair between the united states and the russian federation. it was the risk we would run if we put military assets into ukraine. >> thank you. thank you so much for being with us. >>> the stakes are high in south africa. thousands attending rallies ahead
CNN
May 4, 2014 3:00am PDT
way. >> nick, we know john kerry and sergey lavrov spoke on the phone. do with he know moscow's reaction to this escalating violence this weekend? >> reporter: well, yes, i mean they say this is a crime. they say they're deeply concerned and they reiterate the noise we've been hearing for months now that russia reseshz the right to intervene here in they believe people they referring to their come patriots, russian language speakers around the threat. they've been receiving thousands of calls for intervention and assistance, consider what's happening to be a criminal act. we haven't seen at this point any large scale mobilization to bring those russian troops just across the border in our direction here. that's a possibility and we are hearing from the ukrainian prime minister a substantial military maneuvers bolstering the russian military presence in crimea which they annexed only a month ago. some say it's not the game plan of the kremlin to intervene. we see a worsening death toll, the deaths of over 40 people in a building fire there, that's got a lot of pro-russian sentime
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 6:00am EDT
who joins me were moscow. let's look at the bigger picture. and the question people are asking themselves is is ukraine lurching towards war. >> well, i hope this is not the case. certainly there's a terrible miscommunication between authorities in kiev and russian-speaking regions in the south. there's a terrible communication in russia, the united states and yuan zai. both sides don't want to listen to each other, and sometimes, you know, there are just immoral ways of behaviour. for example, the fact that authorities in kiev did not express condolences to the families of more than 40 activists burnt alive in odessa. i think it is appalling. these people could be political opponents, people in power in kiev, but they were ukranian citizens. >> three days of mourning has been announced by kiev. >> in odessa. unfortunately in odessa. >> yes, they are referring to what happened in odessa. let's move on - i have been reading vass ill krutov's explanation, he's the head of the anti-terror center. he's reported as saying this "what we are facing in donetsk and eastern region is not
CNN
May 4, 2014 2:00am PDT
patton walsh is in slovyansk. matthew chance is in moscow. good to have you both with me. in slovyansk we saw a number of details this weekend. ukrainian helicopters being shut down. osc observering being released from there. what can you tell us what you've seen today happening. >> reporter: so far today it seems to have been relatively quiet around slovyansk. that comes after 24 very volatile hours. particularly on the outskirts of slovyansk where there was intense fun fire. we spoke to some local residents who've said they've been injured, too. claim they've been shot, in fact, by those ukrainian soldiers as they tried to move away from that position. ukrainian soldiers themselves said they'd come under coordinated, professional style attack from heavy weapons and even grenades which could, perhaps, explain the number of casualties and the fact they've clearly retreated from that position. that's slovyansk. extraordinarily tense. a lot of anger inside the city. they are increasingly encircled by ukrainian soldiers who seem to have orders to come in around the edges. but are holding
PBS
May 3, 2014 8:00pm PDT
and put the responsibility for the escalation of moscow along with an obama also called for support. the kids crack down on the protesting the east of ukraine. the call that a move to restore order tajik and the emotion to dc with the truck in a cool so all the ongoing developments in the south east ukraine through the ipo not take the pops of bright red as health services from a financial thingy that we as a warning to the government about how cuts to be putting lights rates. i had the police. news is that is tremendous. the top of it. ya know. richard is told to do a gauge. last week. we now call the break to go to jail. you can see while there will be reagan. at. un. in his secret laboratories and two kersley was able to build the world's most sophisticated world. when sean fortunately he doesn't do the job done anything since mission to teach creation wanted to care about humans and the us. this is why you should care. watch only on auntie dog gone ministry post one of the animals. you carried out his national service could find itself on the cash flow critical list as soon as n
Bloomberg
May 3, 2014 10:00pm EDT
stronger and better, we need to have more friends. when i went to moscow, before the field marshal, i said in moscow this friendship is not at the expense of america. >> do the americans except that? >> i think so. when you look at military aid, if i decided to buy an f-16, that is a project i think about in terms of what airports i'm going to buy in five years. not 10 years. if i cannot depend on you 10 years from now, i won't build that airport. i can't look at that airplane. it can't be based in politics of the day. it has to be based on the nature of the relationship. >> we think that vladimir putin will be there in russia and we can depend on here between not sure on the united states? because as you know, there is some effort in the senate to change the amount of aid that goes to egypt. >> what we do with russia does not reflect -- let me restart. he had never stopped buying weapons from russia. you know that. that is the first point. my answer to your question is no. i'm looking for better opportunities. i'm not looking to replace america with russia. with all due respect, putin wil
PBS
May 3, 2014 5:00pm PDT
ukrainian security service accused moscow's intelligence agencies there in abundance. they collect the goods on him because it still was he believes kid going out of his way to the shift the simple fact is the pilbara is the key approval ratings that they considered to be responsible which is russia in the rough it is very tall and majestic indeed what seems to be happening in the last week we have to be careful because we don't have full reports these are the only does some of the points when the soviets come along the silk is an old picture thoughts of idioms. mike's a terrible team to do that they are being what they can be disproportionate and it is true that people said they need to be back out on shelves in the hands than that he's not on an extremely severe and a terrible wrong the authorities should immediately be sent to see what has happened in my impression is on balance they support the people who don't this terrible thing in the deseret peak is they want to suppress protests against themselves. he uses geopolitical forces accept the responsibility for shooting the crisis i
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 7:45pm EDT
vladimir putin has been behaving recently and i don't think they would have started bombing moscow but there would have been a very strong pain he would incur by using force to solve his problems would be more than he wanted to bear. in 2014 he calculated probably right that the pain you would have to endure is no longer -- that there will be pain in their rv is pain but the pain -- he thinks it's a pain that will russia will be able to stand he thinks crimea is a place that russia cannot afford to have moving into western orbits and it would be a disaster for russia. he takes the pain is now at a level that he can stand it so this i think is very much the kind of thing i had in mind when i was talking about the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century more and more government starts saying we will take the risk on using force. maybe that is not the worst option still open to us. we have a gentleman in the first row. >> one disinterested in your premise sounds great and i think it in terms of the roman empire and it seems like a great example for the pacification that you don'
FOX News
May 3, 2014 3:00pm PDT
military and intelligence officers for sparking the violence. moscow calls the latest ukrainian crackdown a crime and say they are getting thousands of calls from russian citizens, russian speakers and ethnic russians here in eastern ukraine asking for their help. of course, the fear is that help will come in the form of those 40,000-plus russian troops currentsly on the border invading eastern ukraine. arthel, back to you. >> thank you very much. all of that marking the most serious day of violence since february when more than 80 people were killed during protests against the country's now ousted president. >>> back here at home, clinton may not have yet made up her mind if she's running for president in 2016. but tim kane has. democratic national committee chairman announcing his support for mrs. clinton's potential 2016 presidential run. i announced his endorsement in south carolina. the senator saying, quote, she's the right person for the job. i'll be starting my fifth year in the senate on earring's day 2017. she's the partner i know i'll wants to be working with in the w
CNN
May 3, 2014 12:00pm PDT
moscow. nick, you are in the middle of the region where all this violence is happening, what did go on today? >> reporter: well, we had a glimmer of good news, the release of the 12 strong gel e delegation from the osce. they have us kaed hell for 12 days, today after a russian envoy released thanking quote from the bottom of their heart the russian envoy, because four of that team were germans an recent rare positive good fuse here and good spin for the pro russian militant here, it comes on a day of swirling violence really this one more town, we went to and saw how armored personnel moved towards the barricades, moved into fields and caused a lot of destruction it seems or certainly pro russian militants steadfast a number of buses and trams blocking streets. then it seems the army vanished. we saw little evidence of pro-russian militants in key buildings, too, three dead, potentially as many as a dozen injured in the past 24 hours. we are not seeing things changing much on the ground in terms of kiev re-asserting its control. >> matthew, in moscow, what, if anything, is being sent
FOX News
May 3, 2014 11:30am PDT
far, at least 42 people have been killed. renewed clashes between government supporters and pro moscow separatists. dozens more have been injured. it is the worst bloodshed we have seen in this crisis so far. hello everyone, i am eric shawn in for greg jarrett. >> i'm arthel neville. russian militants have released seven captives. the group of foreign observers were held in eastern ukraine for more than a week. leland vittert streaming live in dop donetsk, ukraine, with the latest. hi, leland. >> reporter: hi, arthel. the independent international observers being released is the only bit of good news coming out of this crisis that is quickly spiralling out of control. this really began as an insurgency, and is now quickly heightening in terms of its severity and its breadth into a civil war here in ukraine. latest pictures out of one of the pro rebel strong holds, those russian separatists taking on the ukrainian army as it moved in its armored personnel carriers into the town. the ukrainian military is now about 36 hours into their offensive. they were able to take back a tv station a
CNN
May 3, 2014 11:30am PDT
. >> matthew chance, thank you so much in moscow. back here in the u.s., a woman who recorded the embattled l.a. clipper's owners racist rants is voicing her own opinion now about the controversy. v. viviano gives her take on dona done donald sterling's attitudes. she says he came up from a different generation and says he doesn't have hate in his heart. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> have you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general and blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you've heard him say derogatory thing? >> yes. >> don't they sound ratist to you? >> i think that the things he says are not what he feels. >> what did viviano say about the relationship she has with sterling? >> this is a young woman who made a clear distinction. she calls on donald sterling for being in love with her. at the same, she tells barbara walters, for the, shelves not in love with him. she loves him as a father figure. she was his personal aid, his wing man as it were, somebody who was always by his side and taking care of. she says it
FOX News
May 3, 2014 11:00am PDT
have been killed. renewed clashes between government supporters and pro moscow separatists. dozens more have been injured. it is the worst bloodshed we have seen in this crisis so far. hello everyone, i am eric shawn in for greg jarrett. >> i'm arthel neville. russian militants have released seven captives. the group of foreign observers were held in eastern ukraine for more than a week. leland vittert streaming live in
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 1:00pm EDT
for kiev, more moscow and the west? >> the end game for moscow institutionalize the instability. bear with me. >> institutional instability. >> so can't move to the west, right. that is the easy one. the end game for the united states and for oural lies is determining how much we are going to invest in, and how much are we going for example do we have a stomach for a gorilla war and providing arms and other supports for those insurgents that would be fighting a growing russian presence there. all right. that is a question we have to work on. if the answer is no, we have to find a way to ratchet down the rhetoric here. those are the options. for kiev it is very, very difficult, they need a long time strategy. >> they have to cohesiveness restore the government. >> we have a story, that we are one ukraine and not west versus the east and we are not half wants to be with moscow and half with washington and we have our own identity and since the independence from the soviet union no ukrainian leader has convincingly done that and in the next leader has to or the country will have a very,
FOX News
May 3, 2014 10:00am PDT
violence. they say moscow is really the pupp puppeteer behind this. and as a result of the ukrainian military offensive, they have received, quote, thousands of phone calls from ethnic russians and russian speakers here in eastern ukraine asking for help. we have no way to verify those claims, of course. moscow now says it is, quote, weighing its options to figure out what they are going to do. obviously, the fear here, molly, is that what moscow's answer will be is sending the 40,000-plus troops they have massed on the ukrainian border here into eastern ukraine in either a full-fledged invasion or possibly peacekeepers and take over this part of the country, much as they did the crimea earlier in the year. back to you. >> thank you, leland vittert in ukraine for us tonight. >>> the death toll rising to at least 2,100 after a catastrophic landslide in a remote part of afghanistan. the main focus for rescue crews now, to help the thousands of people forced to evacuate due to the disaster. they're calling off the search for victims after thousands of villagers were buried under hundred
FOX News
May 3, 2014 9:00am PDT
, the release of these military observers. it came about 24 hours after a negotiator from moscow showed up here on the scene. it does led credence to the thought that moscow is the puppeteer here in this insurgency that many will tell you is now putting ukraine on the brink of a civil war. not only the clashes, but the violence is spreading south and west from eastern ukraine to the key port city of odessa. take a look at the pictures from yesterday. running street battles between the pro ukrainian sporters that ended up with 30 plus people dead when fire was set to one of the key prorussian buildings that they had taken up arms in. what we have heard from the ukrainians is they have reason to believe they say that there was russian intelligence services or russian special forces behind that violence in odessa. certainly, the charges they have been leveling for many weeks now about what is happening in the east, including in the separatist stronghold where the pro russian separatists still have a very firm hold on that city despite a 24 hours old ukrai ukraine military offensive. they w
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 11:30am EDT
moscow in kiev to counterdemonstrations that pulled down the government of viktor yanukovych to a creeping russia, to the eruption of protests across eastern ukraine, to what we have today, a situation inching closer to all-out fighting to russian alined irregular forces and ukranian military forces. as uptions and storming the buildings spread, the kiev government threatened retaliation and publicly acknowledged it lost before the fighting began. when the ukrainian government fought back, russia, a foreign country, warned ukraine about trying to reoccupy its open government buildings on its own soil. the tempo of fighting is increasing and people continue to die. >> reporter: pro-russian forces brought down two military helicopters in slovyansk - one using a sophisticated surface-to-air missile. this man is said to be a survivor. two other helicopter crew members were killed, along with a pro-russian militiaman. it was the first sign of the kiev government's counteroffensive to reclaim the eastern part of the country. >>. >> operations are ongoing, casualties mounting as an offen
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 10:48am EDT
. and the woman, you know, was driven to suicidal depression and exiled to moscow to live out her life in isolation. so talk about poignancy. like the pernicious wickedness of that place affects everyone, each the people at the very top -- even the people at the very top. >> toward the end of the book it gets very sad, and weirdly enough i found myself feeling bad for kim jung-il. and the reason why is because he devotes his entire life to the revolution -- >> supposedly. >> supposedly. >> according to him. >> yeah. and, i mean, secretly he's indulging in every luxury -- >> no. he's actually, they're pretty chaste. have strippers, but you weren't allowed to touch them. >> okay. did you read the article about the sushi chef? >> yes, of of course. which is not very reliable. >> really? >> yeah. but that's a whole other story. >> well, anyway, kim jung-il devotes his life to the revolution, and he can't acknowledge his son, he can't acknowledge his lover -- >> why have, yeah. >> he seems like a very lonely guy. >> well, i mean -- >> i mean, there's that joke from the team america movie wh
CNN
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
back with the delegation. perhaps the intervention of moscow may be a wise move to get a more positive opinion on the pro-russian protests and militants who have taken over the towns. fredricka, where i'm standing is on the outskirts where there has been heavy fighting. we understand the army moved in. a substantial number of armored personnel carriers. we understand from medics in the hospital there, that a total of two people were killed today during the clashes and about 15 more injured as well. some people have been taken to the same hospital from separate clashes on the outskirts of the area. and absolutely normal quiet town is also equally eerily quiet. you see behind me the remains of the protest that was burned and moved out of wait as the army moved through. despite the claims from the interior minister, the tv tower, you don't see the army at all. they have gone through and moved on somewhere else. a lot of people angry about their intervention there. a lot of tire fires still turning. interestingly enough, the interior minister says they have taken the tv tower in crimea and
PBS
May 3, 2014 7:00am PDT
play the stock. oh well. while good news. free to go to moscow and boy says he's negotiated the release of a dozen european industry observers felt like pro russian emissions. as the key west in and sits as an acceptable the bloodiest day of violence in south eastern ukraine. giving up hope afghan officials say they're on my key to finding more survivors following devastating landslide in the remote north east of tasman to two of the region since two thousand one hundred people. lunch dismissed as a keeper candidates. just weeks before he gets presidential election critics say the counter. he is no contrast to the front runner. finance continues to mock the running. what the cure disease update you all for the cats. the analogy of servers held captive in sloppy on skin eastern ukraine have been released this undertake the development was announced our nearby and moscow envoy it's also been confirmed by the tens of pro russian separatist leader and get more on this map and you get the above that in moscow. she joins us by sky. do you want to be noah and his report released on the
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 10:00am EDT
conducted by moscow. >> you said that the eu needs to be firm in dealing with moscow because of what you called the new mentality in kremlin questioning putin's controls. you have to ask him what else is in his heart, what do you think is there? >> i don't know. but that goes back to the big speech that he delivered in the kremlin when he annexed, after his occupation of crimea. he had the annexation of crimea. then he said very candidly in his opinion he had known in his heart for a long time this was russia, but they had to transparent rules for a while, but now, it was time to revise the post-cold war order in the east of europe. that leads the question, how far does he sphwoand go? i'm not sure he -- intend to go? i'm not sure he knows himself. that's when the united states and the european union everyone stands up and demonstrates the limits that are there, to stop the smash and grab dhaiforts he is involved in. >> pro-russian forces are keeping the organization for security in europe a hostage, sweden, russia, a cbs news crew was detained, one member of the group was beaten. even t
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 9:00am EDT
separatist strongholds in the east. pro-russian groups are calling for peacekeepers to appeal to moscow to send troops. >> seven military opinibservers taken over a week ago >> reporter: on a roadside north of donetsk, they embraced freedom with an over powering sense of relief. a carefully choreographed handover. >> you can't imagine. it's happiness, deep relief. the situation was really tough. the last two nights, as we saw the situation developing, every minute gets longer and finally, with the cooperation of all of the key players, it went perfectly. i thank you very much. >> reporter: the men looked calm but tired. the tension of their captivity and the nerves as their freedom came closer was obvious to see. they had been detained by the self-proclaimed mayor of slovyansk. the released men said he had kept his promise to protect them from harm. diplomats said any other outcome was simply was thinkable. >> taking people working for international organizations as hostages is unacceptable. so it was extremely important to get through this mission. >>reporter: the next was made more intri
NBC
May 3, 2014 5:30am PDT
pro russians. and, of course, that raises the specter of how moscow and president putin is going to react. he has claimed repeatedly the right to intervene in defense of ethnic russians and the russian speakers here in ukraine. he has the tanks to do it. the question is whether he will see this as his opportunity. >> people in one small town in minnesota are extraordinarily grateful this morning for one woman who saw something unusual and decided to call police about it. according to authorities, it was her quick actions that helped stop a teenager from attacking his school. now she is speaking out. here's our justice correspondent pete williams. >> 6:00, 6:30 is when i noticed him walking. >> reporter: police in minnesota tell us the potentially dangerous plot was discovered thanks to an alert resident who turns out to be chelsea shellhos. she was home tuesday night with her cousin washing the dishes when she saw a young man walk through her backyard and enter one of the storage units nearby. so she called the police. >> the fact that he was sitting here struggling for ten minutes
PBS
May 3, 2014 5:30am PDT
territorial integrity. i bought also announcing that felt and will travel to kiev and moscow next week to promote de escalation. the rest is a to the un calling upon the west to stop its destructive policy toward ukraine. he also called for the self acclaimed powers in kiev to swiftly hold alternative operations. the us ambassador to the un saying that the current violence in ukraine is caused by the militias supported by russia and the us supports the government's assault on anti government protesters ukraine's ambassador to the un is blaming the anti government protesters for the current violence meanwhile china's envoy to the un is saying a political solution to the crisis is the only way out. once you are someone cool considering safeguarding the fundamental interests of the ukrainian people and regional peace and stability. china hopes all related parties. rubicon and restraint. the wood for the worsening the situation in the country. ukrainian troops move against anti government forces across the east and south of the country. the war of words between russia and the us escalating ma
PBS
May 3, 2014 5:00am PDT
that presidents have the talent of fun condensation. lynn and moscow egmond said the settlement of the situation. his maxim on the involvement of the osc mediators but it's still unknown who is of the hostages will be released and wet. earlier russia stint in military observers of the captured by ukrainians that barrett is still in sound to the site above their release. the international monetary fund and probes and seventeen billion dollars loan to ukraine. how it will be paid in three steps during two years. the first part of racing here and will never see in the making and the next base. one side of this amount will be used for payment of budgetary deficit a man of the second and this are times when depend on the results of money starring as it will be carried out every two months the assistance of the imf is aimed at restoration and fencing of the economic stability of ukraine. urgent action was necessary. eric decisive matches were taken by ukraine and decisive measures have just been taken by the imf. so there has been a very strong endorsement for the program which it will r
MSNBC
May 3, 2014 4:00am PDT
, that raises the specter of how moscow and president putin is going to react. he has claimed repeatedly the right to intervene and defense of ethnic russians here in the ukraine. he has the tanks to do it, the question is whether he will see this as an opportunity. >> james mates, thank you for the opportunity. joining us from the white house, kristen welker. amongst the back drop of the violence we're seeing and a real spark as has been reported, president obama, german chancellor angela merkel, they met yesterday. they were watching that very carefully. what came of that meeting? >> reporter: well, there were some significant developments, richard. president obama, german chancellor angela merkel announcing that they had agreed to move forward with sectoral sanctions if it continues to worsen after the may 25th election. i don't anticipate that we will see any new sanctions prior to that, but that is the date that you want to be watching for. so essentially another stern warning to russia. now the reason why this is significant, richard, is because there had been deep divis
CNN
May 3, 2014 3:00am PDT
the security situation. >> that's the official u.s. position. moscow was calling it the last nail in the coffin for the deal agreed to in geneva, switzerland. they called for groups to disarm and vacate the buildings. >>> the woman at the center of the donald sterling scandal has a lot to say and is not shy. she is the woman heard on the audio recording with sterling as he made the statements about african-americans. that triggered this fire storm we now know that has led to sterling's lifetime ban to the nba. >> now, there's a new 20/20 interview with barbara walters. she calls him a close friend and coming to his defense. listen. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> have you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general? blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you have heard him say derogatory things? >> yes. >> don't they sound racist to you? >> i think the things he says are not what he feels. >> i'm confused here. >> along with just about everybody else, i think. >> we have joe carter with us. this seems contrary to what would s
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 5:00am EDT
two helicopters killing two people. moscow condemned the attacks and repeated its warning that it reserves its right to intervene to protect pro-russian citizens in the region. at the white house today president obama and german chancellor angela merkel warned russia that they are prepared to increase sanctions russia continues. the two leaders put tensions aside and stood united on ukraine. libby any outcome? >> they wanted to present a unified front and they really were able to. if this meeting would have happened even a few weeks ago there may have been more chill in the air over the nsa spying on angela merkel's phone. they wanted to speak with one voice saying these incursions by russia are unacceptable. the germans are concerned about the engive sector in particular. and president obama addressed that specifically and he acknowledged the importance of the oil and gas industry. >> energy flows from russia to europe, those continued even in the midst of the cold war at the height of the cold war, so the idea that you are going to turn off the tap on all russian oil or natural
CNN
May 3, 2014 2:00am PDT
think we can read into this quite simply that moscow, may well under pressure from berlin, angela merkel, four of the detainees being german, may have decided to take the move and put pressure on the self-declared administration to release the officials in the presence of their envoy in slovyansk facilitated that and i think possibly analysts will look at this as a smart pr move by moscow to carry favor towards the pro-russian protesters, signs that particularly at this delicate time are now surrounded by the ukrainian army. >> nick, in what way does this development change the big picture? acting president turchynov admitted this week, the country doesn't really control many eastern cities because local officials there, he says, are helpless. has ukraine lost control of the east or incidents like this prove that the tide is turning? >> reporter: well, i think this certainly is a sign of pro-russian protesters deciding to yield a significant bargaining chip they had for a little bit of positive publicity. it helps moscow, perhaps, too, to paint them in a more constructive light. i
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 4:00am EDT
prosecutor. moscow claims these are ordinary activists. kyiv charges at the very least, russia is pulling the strings, and some of those in the back are be russians, is at least two ukrainian helicopters were shot down by missiles today and two pilots killed. further evidence says kyiv of russian military involvement. well beyond the capabilities of, quote, civilian activists. and violence spread to the southern port city of oh decembe odessa.journalists reported fighting between pro-russian and pro kyiv supporters. more than 30 died there most apparently by smoke inhalation. in the flash city of slovyansk, the focus of insurgency, part of what kyiv says is a continuing anti-terror operation. late tonight, there were reports of new fieghtd nea owners -- fighting near the bridge . pro-russian separatists have seized 17 buildings in the ukraine. meeting with german chancellor angela merkel, a key ally, president obama said the only solution would be a are facing increasing costs as well as growing isolation. diplomatic and economic. >> these are dangerous days for ukraine and for al
PBS
May 3, 2014 1:00am PDT
moscow for the incursion into ukraine. >>> and still ahead, we will head to omaha the site of this weekend's much anticipated berkshire meeting. >>> coming up, we talk with the activist investor who turning up the heat on warren buffet to do something about coca-cola's controversial executive pay pla plan. >>> another swing and a miss, astrazeneca turns down pfizer's latest takeover pitch and that is where we begin tonight's market focus. yesterday we told you that pfizer had upped the offer to the british rival for $106 billion and increased the cash proposal to sweeten the deal. that after two failed attempts by pfizer to interest the company in the combination. astrazeneca's board said the offer is still substantially under-valuing its company. shares fell to $130.75, astrazeneca down to 31.02. and more on the news with the ovarian drug failed in a late stage trial. the study didn't meet the growing progression of the disease, and merck fell. cbs care mart saw the numbers jump, as generic drugs and acquisitions helped the drug store chain. earnings did fall short of expectations
NBC
May 3, 2014 12:36am PDT
bank account in moscow is now frozen. [ laughter ] >> seth: so you can't -- so you seem pretty happy to get sanctioned. >> you know, it's amazing. it's not vladimir, i like to call him vladimir. [ laughter ] >> seth: sure, of course. yeah. >> doesn't vladimir understand that there is nothing that could do me more good politically than to be sanctioned by vladimir putin? [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> duh! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: were other -- were other non-sanctioned senators jealous of you? >> all of them. about 99. >> seth: people were trying to like stand close to your photos so they would get sanctioned. >> what do i have -- how can i insult vladimir so i can get sanctioned too, is what they would -- >> seth: obviously, you're no fan vladimir putin, but you've been very critical of the president and his handling of ukraine. a thing you talk about a lot is the idea of toughness and presenting a tough front when dealing with someone like vladimir putin. but, at the same time, like, how do you project this idea of toughness without being willing to go to war or have any so
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 3:00am EDT
eastern ukraine. moscow condemns the death of pro-russian demonstrators in odessa. >>> a ceasefire or surrender - syrian rebels may be about to give up the fight for the city of homs. >>> on trial for going their job - three al jazeera journalists head back to court in cairo on world press freedom day. >>> more than 2,000 people have been killed in a landslide in northern afghanistan. large parts of a village were buried after a mountainside collapsed following days of rains and floods. the u.n. is at the scene, helping teams in the remote area. we have this update from the capital. >> reporter: local police are doing what they can for the survivors in afghanistan. they are handing out food and water. on saturday morning rescue teams were struggling to reach the people buried under the mud. roads to the village is open but unstable for heavy machinery. >> translation: we can only help the displaced. those under the landslide and who lost their lives, it's impossible to do anything for them - they are dead. >> reporter: rescue operations have been hampered by the difficult conditions,
PBS
May 3, 2014 12:00am PDT
picked up by going to moscow, meeting with putin and said, hey, we're dealing. so you can't keep the europeans on board. the last order of sanctions the americans just put on this week after we said there have been consequences and they have been basically ripping up the gee neva agreement -- geneva agreement they made on ukraine, there is going to be consequence queens so tough that the russians market go up on them. us saying we'll isolate the russians, not a single brick, not brazil, india or china, that is listening one iota to our policy. the chinese just announced 5 billion more, the chinese development bank in developments in china. we can't isolate the russians. we can push them toward china. it's not in our interest. right now our coalition on ukraine is canada because they have a large ukrainian population and elections coming up and japan because they're japan. i like canada and japan, they're great countries, but it's not a coalition. we wouldn't have gone to syria with that coalition but we're using economic power. >> charlie: so what's the bremer solution for the united
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 12:00am EDT
moment, if 26,000 square kilometers of russian territory were seized by another country. would moscow show restraint week after week. how would president clinton responded parts of this country were seized to request to remove his army from those parts of the country. there is some irony in russian demand given the manner in which it would deal with separatism within its borders. it has been 63 days since russia began its campaign to annex crimea. the ukrainian government has chosen peace day after day. russia, day after day, has chosen to pursue more territory. consider the following facts. it stopped almost all train movements. that is an illegal act. it is an illegal act. for russian activists beat up to journalists near the administration building. we can go on and on about the illegal acts. 32 buildings are under occupation. we have seen dozens of officials legally detained. and the group of eight monitors objected in direct defiance. alongside all this action, we have heard the russian federation building its case for intervention. we were not even part in the ukraine in the goo
KRON
May 2, 2014 8:00pm PDT
what we saw today does of benetton is cooler sunday and autos and tunes and as a sinister in moscow unless for inland valleys such as drug about 15 degrees 73 and antioch 75 in livermore upper 60s for these bay shoreline of the coaster for the upper 50s for the most part the g-7 ocean beach to see 47 is as close '70s for the north bay. but the extended forecast even cooler out there tomorrow and back dramatically cooler in the end. clinton continues sunday monday but will start the warm slightly to the rest of next week. >> : and bay area couple getting started already of the devastating blow to that why they are hoping for your urgent for their generosity. >> : controversial took on her boss down sterling did you hear some of what she has said. >> : bulldog: you don't need superpowers to help someone. sometimes, all it takes is a warm heart and a cold nose. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to train service dogs for people with disabilities. i would never imagine a life without an assistance dog ever again. i relied on people a lot. he helps me live a
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